The wedding of Harry and Meghan in numbers
The figures behind the wedding of the year.
Here’s a look at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in numbers:
0 – Maids of Honour – all the bridesmaids will be children
1 – Best man – Harry’s brother, the Duke of Cambridge
1 – Hour – the length of the wedding ceremony
2 – rings – one for each. Not all royal grooms have chosen to wear one.
2 – Diamonds from Diana, Princess of Wales’s collection used for Ms Meghan’s engagement ring, plus one from Botswana
3 – Diana’s siblings at the service
4 – the number of pageboys at the service, including Prince George. There will also be six bridesmaids, including Princess Charlotte.
6 – Harry’s position in line to the throne
6 – Windsor Grey horses taking part in the carriage ride
7 – Charities Harry and Meghan picked to receive public donations instead of wedding gifts
16 – The wedding will be the 16th royal wedding or blessing to take place in St George’s Chapel since 1863
20 – the temperature in degrees centigrade forecast by Meteogroup for Windsor as the ceremony begins at 1200
33 – Harry’s age
36 – Meghan’s age
200 – Guests invited to the Frogmore House evening reception
200 – the number of Amalfi lemons being used in the cake recipe being created by baker Claire Ptak.
600 – Congregation in St George’s Chapel
2,640 – People specially invited into the grounds of the castle including: 100 school children; 200 people from charities linked to Harry and Meghan; 530 members of the Royal Households and Crown Estate; 610 Windsor Castle community members; and 1,200 members of the public nominated by Lord Lieutenants.
5,000 – UK and international media accredited in Windsor
100,000 – Estimated number of visitors in Windsor on the day
£6.3 million – Cost of policing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in 2011.
26 million – the number of people who watched Harry’s brother William marry Kate Middleton on British TV on April 29 2011.